Scotland last night became the first part of the UK to ban smacking when MSPs voted to make it a criminal offence to physically punish a child.
Volunteers who give up their time to help troubled young people in Moray have been praised by the Scottish Government.
Primary school-aged children will no longer be treated as offenders after MSPs passed legislation raising the age of criminal responsibility from eight to 12.
The mentality of “but it doesn’t happen here” when it comes to child sexual exploitation is still prevalent in Scotland – and the misconception is stopping youngsters getting vital help, a leading charity has said.
Children at a Moray nursery celebrated the success of a free lunch scheme as they tucked in alongside a special visitor yesterday.
In cyberspace, everybody can hear you scream.
The north's university is pioneering a fast-track childcare course aimed specifically at men in a stereotype-busting move.
The Scottish Government’s plans to increase free childcare places will bring 300 more jobs to the Moray region, it was claimed yesterday.
A new nursery opened in Buckie yesterday after a £600,000 transformation project.
Aberdeen has come out tops in a list of the happiest and “most vibrant” places to live in Scotland.
Next week will mark one year since the Scottish Government’s baby box scheme was rolled out across the country.
Thousands of pro-independence supporters took to the streets of Inverness on Saturday.
All sports coaches will be required to undergo mandatory disclosure checks under new proposed guidelines.
Highland MSP said she met defence secretary to discuss Fort George… When she had actually met his junior
A Highlands MSP has had to correct Holyrood's official record after mistakenly stating she had met UK defence secretary Michael Fallon.
The prime minister has been warned that closing the barracks at Fort George would be a "betrayal of the Black Watch" and a "slap in the face" to the Highlands.